Five railway stations to be upgraded on re-election to State Government

The Liberal Government has pledged the upgrade of five railway stations on re-election to State Government in March.
The five railway stations are to have accessibility upgrades, with the installation of lifts at Tuggerah, Niagara Park, Narara, Ourimbah and Lisarow.
Tuggerah station will also get two levels and about 220 more parking spots added to the existing commuter car park, which will increase its capacity to 350 car spaces.
Two lifts will be installed alongside the existing ramp and stairs.
Niagara Park railway station will have three lifts and the other stations will have two lifts.
Upgrades may include new lifts to existing footbridges, improvements to pedestrian pathways and ramps, as well as the creation of new accessible parking spaces and amenities such as family accessible toilets.
Minister for Transport and Infrastructure, Andrew Constance, and Liberal candidate for The Entrance, Brian Perrem, announced that planning work was already underway.
They said there would be full consultation and the community would be kept informed about project timeframes.

Source:
Media Release, Jan 23
Transport and Infrastructure Minister, Andrew Constance

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